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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: The front panel stuck
This head unit comes with a security screw that can be installed to secure the faceplate for retail display. If it was purchased as a demo model, the screw may be in place. To check, the deck has to be dismounted from the vehicle. The screw location will be in the side of the chassis, near the faceplate on the same side as the release button. Removing the screw will allow the faceplate to come off.
Posted on Mar 06, 2007
ok from what i can gather it sounds like something broke inside the unit and you might wanna replace it. Im sure you can find a much better radio really cheap. I had a similar JVC model and it gave me headaches. I think you will love this model instead. Trust me its soooo much better and priced really well for its capabilities.
JVC KD-R800 30K Color-Illumination Single-DIN CD Receiver with Dual USB 2.0 for iPod/iPhone and Bluetooth
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
there is a ribbon wire that connects the faceplate contacts behind the faceplate that always go bad on all radios with rotating faceplates. you can probably find this part on ebay or on parts.com or by jvc.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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